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Reflections on Ricardian equivalence

Barro, Robert J.

Reflections on Ricardian equivalence

by Barro, Robert J.

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Debts, Public.,
  • Taxation -- Mathematical models.,
  • Budget deficits -- Econometric models.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRobert J. Barro.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper no. 5502, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 5502.
    ContributionsNational Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p. ;
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22413779M

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Reflections on Ricardian Equivalence Robert J. Barro. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in March NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth, Public Economics The Ricardian equivalence proposition for public debt in my JPE paper is related to the discussions in Ricardo's Funding System, Smith's Wealth of Nations, and a number of treatments in macroeconomics from the.

Get this from a library. Reflections on Ricardian Equivalence. [Robert J Barro] -- The Ricardian equivalence proposition for public debt in my JPE paper is related to the discussions in Ricardo's Funding System, Smith's Wealth of Nations, and a number of treatments in.

Downloadable. The Ricardian equivalence proposition for public debt in my JPE paper is related to the discussions in Ricardo's Funding System, Smith's Wealth of Nations, and a number of treatments in macroeconomics from the s to the s.

Useful extensions of the basic invariance proposition involve tax smoothing (in the context of distorting taxation) and the determinants of the. The Ricardian equivalence proposition (also known as the Ricardo–de Viti–Barro equivalence theorem) is an economic hypothesis holding that consumers are forward looking and so internalize the government's budget constraint when making their consumption decisions.

This leads to the result that, for a given pattern of government spending, the method of financing that spending does not affect.

Lecture Notes: Ricardian Equivalence, Tax Smoothing, and Debt Management In e ect, when the government runs a de cit, it relaxes the bite of the borrowing constraint faced by the household.

It follows that private consumption may now increase, and Ricardian equivalence breaks. In this sense, tax rebates, transfers, and de cits may help. Ricardian Equivalence: An Evaluation of Theory and Evidence B. Douglas Bernheim. Chapter in NBER book NBER Macroeconomics AnnualVolume 2 (), Stanley Fischer, editor (p.

- ) Published in by The MIT Press in NBER Book Series NBER Macroeconomics AnnualCited by: Fiscal Policy I The term scal policy refers to government spending and tax collection I We will study scal policy in a particularly simple environment { endowment economy with no production I Basic conclusions will carry over to a model with production I Key result: Ricardian Equivalence.

Ricardian Equivalence states that the manner in which a government nances its. The Government and Ricardian Equivalence Chapter 6, Part 2 Topics in Macroeconomics 2 The Ricardian Equivalence May Not Hold in Practice 1. All individuals may not pay the same taxes, changing the tax A Two-Period Model: The Government and Ricardian Equivalence - Chapter 6, Part 2 Topics in Macroeconomics 2.

The Ricardian equivalence proposition for public debt in my JPE paper is related to the discussions in Ricardo's Funding System, Smith's Wealth of Nations, and a number of treatments in.

The Ricardian Equivalence Theorem is the proposition that the method of financing any particular path of government expenditure is irrelevant. More precisely, the choice between levying lump-sum taxes and issuing government bonds to finance government spending does not affect the consumption of any household nor does it affect capital gama-uk.com by: 7.

Aug 01,  · Reflections on a visit to New Zealand. Tuesday, August 1, ; One book we are working with at present is the recent book by influential American author Lionel Shriver entitled The Mandibles: Barro’s adherents, consistent with the Ricardian Equivalence models, all predicted that saving would rise to “pay for the future tax burden.

The Ricardian perspective can be summarized by two related claims: The timing of taxes is irrelevant. If government purchases are unchanged, tax cuts or increases should have no effect on the economy.

These claims follow from the government’s intertemporal budget constraint and the household’s lifetime budget constraint, taken together%.

Sometimes the obvious is hard to perceive. Debate about “Ricardian equivalence” may be missing the obvious: forward-looking, ‘rational’ households should expect fiscal policy to work, and their future incomes to be higher. A Ricardian perspective is therefore supportive of counter-cyclical fiscal policy.* The idea of Ricardian equivalence is mainly associated with Robert Barro.

Ricardian economics are the economic theories of David Ricardo, an English political economist born in who made a fortune as a stockbroker and loan broker. At the age of 27, he read An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith. Ricardian equivalence. First, I review the debate associated with the theoretical problems about Ricardian equivalence, second, I review the empirical studies testing the validity of Ricardian equivalence.

My focus on those empirical studies is given to the consumption function test which is one of the main studies about real variable. In order to understand the Ricardian equivalence view, suppose that government cut taxes today, and don’t make any plans to decrease government purchases today or in future.

According to conventional view this type of policy will increase consumption, decrease national saving and capital accumulation, which in turn lower long term economic. Reflections [A English] on gama-uk.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying gama-uk.com: A English.

I like teaching Ricardian Equivalence. Ricardian Equivalence is the idea that consumers will respond to a tax cut by saving the full amount, and not spending any of it.

(Here we are concerned only with the impact of the tax cut on income, and we ignore any incentive effects.)Author: Mainly Macro. Ricardian equivalence im- plies that an increase in Social Security benefits should lead to an increase in be- queathable assets because Social Security is a transfer from the young to the old that the old will want to undo by transfer- ring back to the young.

Nov 22,  · Reflections III Transmission Lines & Antennas [Walter Maxwell] on gama-uk.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Fully revised and updated third edition. Here's a sampling of what you'll find inside: The View into the Conjugate Mirror/5(2).What is “Ricardian Equivalence” and when can it fail?

Principles of Macroeconomics (ECO-2A05) By SAMUEL BITTANTE* Introduction This essay will explain the economic theory of Ricardian Equivalence as speculated by David Ricardo (Essay on the Funding System. Oct 17,  · Ricardian equivalence, sometimes called Barro-Ricardo equivalence, is a hypothesis used to suggest that deficit spending cannot stimulate the economy.

The proposed equivalence is between taxes in the present and taxes in the future.